Scheller College of Business – Georgia Institute of Technology - Executive MBA
Georgia Tech Executive MBA Program Structure
The Georgia Tech Executive MBA program at the Scheller College of Business is intended for those with greater work experience and several years spent in management-level positions. The EMBA program has two elective tracks: Global Business and Management of Technology. Students can complete the program in roughly 17 months.
The Georgia Tech Executive MBA program focuses on executive management and strategic skills for longer-term professionals. EMBA students begin with a common foundation of 14 traditional MBA courses, similar to those in the other MBA programs but emphasizing those skills most relevant to managers. Students then focus on one of two elective tracks–Global Business and Management of Technology–depending on their interests; each track has nine courses, the last three of which involve completing a capstone project. A two-week international residency is required of EMBA students in both tracks, and an Academic Program Manager is assigned to each EMBA student to help with tasks including managing class schedules and ordering materials.
Georgia Tech Executive MBA Rankings
- Financial Times: 87
The 129 students in the Georgia Tech Executive MBA program have an average of 15 years of work experience from a diverse array of industries and fields. About 27.9 percent of the class identifies as female, with 72.1 percent of students identifying as male. The majority of the class is composed of students of minority status, at 50.4 percent. New students are typically 38-years old
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The cost of tuition for the Georgia Tech Executive MBA program, both in and out-of-state, is $82,500. Tuition includes required books, materials, parking and meals, as well as other periodic costs and fees. Georgia Tech also offers tuition credits, student-specific scholarships, educational loans, and employer reimbursement programs when needed.
Georgia Tech Executive MBA Admissions
Applicants to the Executive MBA program must have at least five years of professional work experience.
Applicants must complete an official EMBA application and submit academic transcripts from all universities previously attended, a current resume, two professional letters of recommendation (one of which must come from the applicant’s immediate supervisor), an official GMAT score or GMAT waiver application, and an official TOEFL score (for international applicants). All EMBA applicants must schedule and complete an interview at any point during the application process.
Georgia Tech’s application deadlines are as follows:
Round 1 Application Deadline: November 15, 2021